A genuine repeat flowering rambler producing large sprays of small, semi double crimson red flowers. This rose was bred in 1905 and has remained ever popular, as it is spectacular when in flower. It is tough, not being too fussy regarding either soil type or aspect, it is ideal to train on walls, fences, pergolas arches or obelisk's. The plant has striking shiny bright green leaves which contrast and compliment the bright red flowers.
Full Information: Rambling Rosie (Horner 2005)